National Science Foundation Logos
Where the National Science Foundation is the primary sponsor of a program, the agency must be prominently acknowledged through the use of the NSF logo and accompanying text. Complete details on the correct use of the NSF logo is available on the NSF website.
LTER Network Logos
In 2017, the LTER Network developed a new logo to replace the traditional blue globe. The new logo strives to capture the nature of LTER Network science and to communicate both the proud history and the dynamic future of the Network. png and jpg files are available from the links below.
The horizontal logo is the primary LTER network logo and should be used whenever space and design considerations allow. The SVG file is a vector graphics file, which will allow users to create TIFF or EPS files at whatever size they desire.
horizontal png | horizontal jpg | horizontal.svg
A square version is also available, primarily for social media applications. The SVG file is a vector graphics file, which will allow users to create TIFF or EPS files at whatever size they desire.
square png | square jpg | square.svg
Links to NSF logos are available on the NSF website. The shaded version of the globe logo is preferred except for special purposes.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column]
- 2021 LTER Network map
- 2017 LTER Network map, with insets, no key
- 2017 LTER Network map, with insets and key
- 2017 LTER Network map, no insets, no key
- 2017 LTER Network map, no insets, with key
- 2017 graphic style-light
- 2017 graphic style-dark
2018 LTER Network brochure (pdf)
Printing instructions: print 2-up, double-sided on 8.5″ x 14″ (legal-sized) paper. Cut lengthwise into 2 pieces (4.25″ x14″). Fold so that the map appears on the front cover and the by-the-numbers panel on the rear cover.
One page briefing document
This one-page briefing document presents a concise view of the Network and the Network Office. For LTER site use, use the first page only—or replace the second page with a similarly concise description of the local site.